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Hardware-to-software transformation, multicloud and 5G set the stage for Cisco Live 2019

Hardware-to-software transformation, multicloud and 5G set the stage for Cisco Live 2019

Hardware-to-software transformation, multicloud and 5G set the stage for Cisco Live 2019 1
During a recent interview in advance of Cisco Systems Inc.’s major conference this month in San Diego, Chief Executive Officer Chuck Robbins plainly had a couple of things he wanted to get off his chest. One, people should not underestimate the complicated challenge Cisco has faced as a hardware company moving to the cloud, something […]

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Presidio sees range of IT expertise among clients as developers’ contribution evolves

Presidio sees range of IT expertise among clients as developers’ contribution evolves

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The software developer community is evolving rapidly in keeping with the frenetic pace of change within the enterprise information technology industry itself. For some attendees at this week’s DevNet Create gathering, what a difference a year makes. “Last year people were talking about doing collaboration applications in a new way,” said Paul Giblin (pictured), enterprise architect and […]

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In ‘Lord of the Infrastructure,’ one solution does not rule all at Cisco

In ‘Lord of the Infrastructure,’ one solution does not rule all at Cisco

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It would be a dream scenario if a “single pane of glass” truly existed for information technology managers to closely monitor every aspect of the enterprise infrastructure. It’s still a dream, which is why Cisco Systems Inc. and ScienceLogic Inc. have both learned a great deal from their 10-year partnership to support infrastructure monitoring in […]

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Developer collaboration is changing the face of Cisco, say analysts

Developer collaboration is changing the face of Cisco, say analysts

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Presenters during today’s opening keynotes at DevNet Create 2019 in Mountain View, California tossed around a lot of numbers, but one in particular stood out: 585,000. That’s the number of software developers now member to the DevNet community at Cisco Systems Inc. With the stated goal of empowering developers to innovate with the latest technologies, the DevNet […]

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What are developers looking for in multicloud programming? Simplicity.

What are developers looking for in multicloud programming? Simplicity.

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Applications live everywhere in the multicloud but nowhere in particular. For developers, this means they need tools and frameworks that help them spread data and business logic across many public, private, edge and other environments. More than that, they need abstractions that can help them nimbly build and maintain the virtual machines, containers, serverless functions […]

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How multicloud cost models are shifting – and what to do about it

How multicloud cost models are shifting – and what to do about it

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Multicloud is an emerging approach for deploying enterprise computing assets. But optimizing the costs of a full multicloud deployment can prove tricky, because there may no unified management plane for deploying, monitoring and governing all distributed information technology assets. Multicloud cost models are shifting because best practices for deploying these distributed environments are in flux. […]

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Cisco/Google partnership spotlights influential role of developers in app-centric world

Cisco/Google partnership spotlights influential role of developers in app-centric world

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When Google Cloud Chief Executive Officer Thomas Kurian took the stage at Next ’19 in San Francisco on Tuesday, he described how Google was listening to its customers. From the subsequent flow of announcements during the conference this week, developers must have figured prominently in those customer conversations. Signs of Google’s developer courtship can be […]

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Analysis: At Next, Google stakes new ground in multicloud computing

Analysis: At Next, Google stakes new ground in multicloud computing

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In his first big public appearance as Google Cloud’s chief executive, Thomas Kurian today sketched a vision of the company as a breath of fresh air for enterprises grappling with how to move to the cloud without jettisoning their core applications. The longtime Oracle Corp. veteran (pictured), who joined Google LLC’s cloud unit in January […]

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